Philippa Fisher: Philippa Fisher and the Stone Fairy's Promise: Book 3 - Philippa Fisher (Paperback)Liz Kessler (author)
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The third magical fairy novel in the Philippa Fisher series from bestselling Emily Windsnap author, Liz Kessler.
Philippa is looking forward to spending New Year in the village where her new friend Robyn lives. But her fairy godsister Daisy, assigned to a new job but disobeying orders as usual, turns up to warn her that something really bad (SRB) is going to happen! What they don't know is that a fairy has gone missing from the ancient stone circle on the moors - and that at ATC (Above the Clouds) Headquarters, the fairy godmothers in charge have a special plan for them...
A perfect story for Liz Kessler's many fans, in which humans and fairies swap worlds with dramatic and unexpected consequences.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 248 g
Dimensions: 197 x 133 x 20 mm
A cracking good read * School Librarian *
A warm and magical tale which will appeal to any girl who understands the true value of friendship * THE BOOKBAG *
Lots of humour, adventure, magic and a few surprises * Primary Times *
A fantastic book full of vivid imagery, thoughtful characters and strong values, all with a sprinkling of fairy dust * CORNWALL TODAY *
a cracking good read * SCHOOL LIBRARIAN *
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“This book will change the way you look at fairies”
I've never really liked stories about fairies, they always seem a bit too girly. But this story is different, it's got a twist in it, a moment of panic, a moment of sadness, and near the end when Philippa is... More
“Wonderful and Professional”
Liz Kessler, yet again, has written an amazing action- packed book with a sprinkle of magic on every page. I think that the way that she told the story from different points of view without losing the plot was... More
“A gripping, fantastic book”
Philippa Fisher and the Stone Fairy is a gripping, fantastic book. My favourite character is Daisy because she is very crazy! I like how the Stone Fairies stone is the same colour of her name, Amber.
Sophie, age 8
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